The 35th annual Initial Quality Rankings produced by J.D. Power place Ram at the top position. Auto123 looks at the 2021 ranking of brands and models that generated the fewest – and most – complaints from owners of new 2021 vehicles.
Nissan is announcing significant discounts on the price of its LEAF model for 2022. Across the lineup, the price has been reduced by $6800. The model now starts at $37,498.
Ford and NHTSA are asking owners of recalled F-150s not to drive their vehicles pending repair. Only Super Cab models are affected by the campaign. Just over 3,300 of the recalled trucks are located in Canada.
The 2022 Subaru WRX will finally be unveiled on September 10. The next-generation model was supposed to be presented at the New York Auto Show, but that event was cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Ram announced it will offer an all-electric version of its ProMaster starting in 2023. The move is aimed at meeting ever-increasing demand among businesses for electric-powered commercial vehicles.
Mazda Canada has announced trim details and pricing for its new MX-30. The company’s first all-electric vehicle is set to debut here this fall.
Chevrolet is now going to recall all Bolt EV and EUV models over the issues with fires in their battery packs. Two previous campaigns had targeted certain older editions, but this time, all models are being recalled, including the new 2022 Bolt EUV SUV.
Toyota will cut its vehicle production by 40 percent in September due to the ongoing global shortage of microchips. Note that the completely revamped 2022 Tundra pickup truck will not have its market launch delayed.
Volkswagen is making some changes to its Jetta for the 2022 model-year. The biggest change is under the hood, as the regular versions of the model get a new powertrain, familiar to those who have driven the new Taos SUV.
Hyundai today unveiled the North American version of the 2022 Elantra N, which will mark the arrival of the most powerful Elantra to date.